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Holding the Police Accountable

How does discriminatory policing affect us?

  • Perri in New York, NY said: I watched two of NYC's finest jump out of their car and make a group of young teens (probably between 12-15) peacefully standing on a Harlem street corner to get against a wall. My friend asked the cops why they were doing that. She was ignored. She said loudly, "Write this!" and began calling out their license plate. Suddenly and without a word they left. The kids told us the cops do that to them all the time...THE CHILDREN ARE BEING CONDITIONED TO ACCEPT AND ACCOMMODATE UNFOUNDED POLICE SUSPICIONS! THIS NEEDS TO STOP!!!

  • Wanda in Beacon, NY said: As the mother of a young, African-American son, I want to see this ended. My son, like thousands of others, has always been a law-abiding citizen, but could at any time be "stopped and frisked" for no reason other than his skin color. This discriminatory practice must end. This is 2012 and the NYPD act like it is 1930 in the deep South. It must stop now!

  • Channie in Hollis, NY said: This practice has to stop. My son was stopped, frisked and arrested even though he did not have any drugs on him. He was released the very next morning after a judge found the arrest unwarranted. The officer kept apologizing because he knew the stop was unwarranted. Now my son has his finge prints in the system, which I believe is the real reason behind this policy. We must put an end to this policy.